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#16 flymaster

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 01:25 AM

Hey forgot abut this guy, his site is look at the pic gallery the gallery #2 is holston and watagua fish and some in all of them are. This is one of the best pic galleries i have found on the river you can see the fish sizes and river size too. Look at the first pic in gall #4 that brown is at the bridge where you cross the river to the parking lot. The lot is just out of site in the pic what a pig that is! And look at the 4th on the bottom in gall#2 that is a porker brown! God what a lucky man just look at that smile! Write back to tell me what you think about those. GLad I found this site I am yet to get one like that but I have hooked some i never turned around.

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 01:27 AM

oops forgot the link here it is . tenn fly fishing
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#18 skeet3t

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Posted 17 January 2005 - 07:29 AM

If you are looking for guided trips for east Tennessee, allow me to recommend www.southeasternanglers.com; these guys are friends of mine and are full-time guides. A friend and I went with Michael Cox (Rocky) and C&R'd 47 (24 and 23)trout on the Hiwassee River in a half-day float. Also, let me extend a personal invitation to the Hiwassee River in extreme SE Tennessee. Check out www.hiwassee.net for particulars. Also, there is a new motel, Sleep Inn, in Etowah,TN just a few miles from the river. Don't forget the picture gallery for some real rodbenders. This past Saturday produced several 'bows over 16 inches. One fellow claimed two over 18 inches. Contact me through a PM and I can show you around or get someone who will be glad to point out the finer points of the river. There is a lot of river that is wadable on two generators except during high water conditions after a rain when they are spilling through the gates. TVA is going to replace one of the generators in February so that means there will be maximum one generator or none through mid-May. More water to fish! headbang.gif

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Posted 17 January 2005 - 07:30 AM

mad.gif If you are looking for guided trips for east Tennessee, allow me to recommend www.southeasternanglers.com; these guys are friends of mine and are full-time guides. A friend and I went with Michael Cox (Rocky) and C&R'd 47 (24 and 23)trout on the Hiwassee River in a half-day float. Also, let me extend a personal invitation to the Hiwassee River in extreme SE Tennessee. Check out www.hiwassee.net for particulars. Also, there is a new motel, Sleep Inn, in Etowah,TN just a few miles from the river. Don't forget the picture gallery for some real rodbenders. This past Saturday produced several 'bows over 16 inches. One fellow claimed two over 18 inches. Contact me through a PM and I can show you around or get someone who will be glad to point out the finer points of the river. There is a lot of river that is wadable on two generators except during high water conditions after a rain when they are spilling through the gates. TVA is going to replace one of the generators in February so that means there will be maximum one generator or none through mid-May. More water to fish! headbang.gif
mad.gif Had a hiccup in the computer, hence the double post. Sorry about that!

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#20 Old Injun

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Posted 17 January 2005 - 05:22 PM

Etowah huh?
I have family in Etowah Arkansas also.....LOL